Panic! at the Disco have revealed that they are currently working on their fifth album. While the title and release date are still forthcoming, the Las Vegas outfit have debuted “Hallelujah,” a brand-new track that will appear on the upcoming LP. Take a listen below:

When Panic!’s new album arrives on Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz’s DCD2 Records, it will follow the Brendon Urie-led crew’s 2013 full-length, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the band’s 2005 debut, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.

Panic! at the Disco have a handful of shows scheduled, kicking off on May 3 in Columbia, Md. From there, they’ll make four more U.S. stops in Salt Lake City; Mountain View, Calif.; Indianapolis; and Tulsa. Afterward, they head off to the U.K. for a pair of music festivals. Get more tour details and check out the "Hallelujah" single artwork below:

Panic! at the Disco 2015 Tour
May 3: Columbia, Md. -- Merriweather Post Pavilion (DC 101 Kerfuffle)
May 8: Salt Lake City, Utah -- USANA Amphitheatre (X96 Toyota Big Ass Show)
June 6: Mountain View, Calif. -- Shoreline Amphitheatre (Live 105’s BFD)
July 4: Indianapolis, Ind. -- Georgia Street (INDYpendence Day Street Fest)
July 24: Tulsa, Okla. -- Brady Arts District (Center of the Universe)
Aug. 28: Reading, U.K. -- Reading Festival
Aug. 29: Leeds, U.K. -- Leeds Festival

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